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Magnalite 10" lidded skillet

This very heavy Magnalite 10" diameter skillet is 2-1/4" deep and has a thick 9-1/2" long handle. The lid is also very heavy and features a 2-1/2" x 1-1/4" tall handle. Originally developed in 1934, Magnalite Classic Cookware is best known for its distinctive cast aluminum material, timeless design and commercial durability. The pans boast extra thick bases, which allow heat to travel quickly and evenly up the pan sidewalls. Sleek retro styling and durable cast construction are the hallmark features of this enduring cookware line. The dark gray pans with contrasting shiny metallic aluminum handles and lids were produced in the 1980's and sold in upscale department stores and gourmet cookware shops. Our skillet is obviously of this design. It carries the GHC logo (General Housewares Corp.) on the bottom, as well as the Magnalite name, U.S.A., and “10 inches - 23 cm”. Dark gray interior is in pristine condition and I doubt that this skillet has ever been used, although both its bottom and its lid top show surface scuffing from being stacked and/or slid in and out of kitchen cabinets for over two decades. The lid top may well polish up nicely with a good aluminum polish. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $90.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Copper bottomed stainless steel wok

This large 14" diameter x 2-1/2" deep stainless steel wok measures 17-1/2" across at its upturned black plastic handles. Exterior copper bottom assures quick even heating to sear ingredients while preserving their color, flavor, and texture. Traditional curved body and generous diameter provide a large cooking surface, and the deep shape reduces splattering onto the stovetop. The separate 9-1/8" diameter x 2" high base ring fits over and around the largest burner to keep the wok elevated from the burner itself while preventing excessive heat build-up via its nine circular holes. Underside of one handle and one side of base ring is marked “Stainless Steel Japan.” Gently used condition. Wok interior shows light usage scratching, but is still very shiny. Copper bottom and base ring both show some heat discoloration. Perfect for all your stir fry needs! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $65.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Master Cuisine stainless steel stockpot

This Master Cuisine lidded stockpot looks like it’s never been used and is in like-new condition. It is the 1-gallon size (so convenient for making soups) and constructed of stainless steel. Pot is 9" in diameter x 4-3/4" tall and measures 12-1/2" across at its sturdy handles. Lid fits securely, and when lidded, unit measures 7-1/2" tall to the top of the lid handle. Bottom is marked “Master Cuisine,” carries their stockpot logo, and shows minor surface scuffing from being slid in and out of kitchen cabinets. Pot exterior shows some water spots, but will undoubtedly polish up nicely with a good stainless steel polish. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Scanpan 10-1/4" titanium frying pan

This heavy Scanpan 10-1/4" diameter open frying pan looks like it’s never been used. It measures nearly 18" across at the handle, and the heating base is 7-1/2" in diameter. Bottom is marked “Scanpan” in the center with “2000" above and “Titanium” below, all surrounded by “Manufactured by Pyrolux Denmark.” Handle is marked “Scanpan Titanium.” Founded in 1956, the company is still in business today, and advertises that: “For nearly 50 years, Scanpan Denmark has been at the forefront of inventing advance cookware technology to make life easier both for the hobby chef and the serious cook. Today, we are offering a wide variety of cooking tools that combine solid craftsmanship and construction, latest surface technologies and attractive designs.” Their classic 10-1/4" fry pan like ours is described as “Traditional fry and omelet pan shape. Low, curved side walls allow for easy turning of food. Perfect for frying, omelets and other egg dishes. Oven safe to 500 degrees allows for finishing off of omelets in the oven. Also great for shallow casseroles like quiches. Larger size frypans can be used in the oven as baking dishes.” It sells for $95 new, so you’re getting a bargain here since ours is virtually new, with a pristine interior and only minor scuffing on the bottom from being slid in and out of kitchen cabinets. Enjoy! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $80.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Cordon Bleu stainless steel frying pan

This is a very lightly used Cordon Bleu 9" frying pan that measures just over 15" across at its black plastic handle and stands 2-1/2" tall, rising to 4-3/4" tall when lidded, thanks to the lid’s really tall black plastic rectangular knob. Pan bottom is marked “Cordon Bleu pressure bonded stainless steel, USA.” Cordon Bleu is a registered trademark of Regal Ware, Inc. The company was founded in 1945 when James O. Reigle and several close associates purchased the Kewaskum Aluminum Company in Kewaskum, WI, where Regal Ware, Inc. still has its company headquarters. The plant, which was doing military work, was immediately retooled to produce stainless steel cookware to be sold door-to-door. I’ve been unable to find out when Regal Ware started producing their Cordon Bleu line of stainless steel cookware. This frying pan and lid show some spotting and light usage scuffing, but both are still very shiny and have no damage whatsoever. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $30.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Rena-ware stainless steel 2-handled pan

Need to melt chocolate, cheese, or butter but don’t have a double boiler? Here’s your answer! This vintage 8-7/8" diameter x 3" tall Rena-ware 2-handled pan looks like it might have been intended as the top portion of a double boiler. In fact, it fits quite well into our Cordon Bleu frying pan listed immediately above, and I’ve actually used it as a double boiler with that pan. Works great! On the other hand, this same pan, listed as a “9" skillet with no lid,” recently sold on eBay for $41.00 after 18 bids! Skillet??  Surely not! Whatever its intended purpose, this pan is constructed of heavy gauge stainless steel, features bakelite handles, and has been only lightly used. Side is marked “Rena-ware 3 ply 18-8 stainless steel, Made in U.S.A., 2 Quart” and also carries its patent number. Rena Ware was established in 1941 by Fred “Pop” Zylstra, who had emigrated from Holland to America to pursue his American Dream. With waterless cookware as its flagship product, the family-owned company, now in its third generation, is headquartered in Seattle, WA. This pan shows light scuffing, but has no damage except for one small shallow dent at the top. Both bakelite handles are intact, although each one has a small chip on its underside, neither of which affects appearance or usage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Mystery solved! We received the following email from a Trading Post visitor:

I have the whole set of that vintage Rena-Ware Waterless cookware. It was made to stack cook. It came with its own lid which when the steam came up will vapor lock onto the pan. It is not a skillet! There is a bigger piece around 12 inches diameter that has shallow sides that can be used as a skillet among other uses. There are three of these bigger sizes that fit together in various ways to make stack cooking of a whole meal, even a steam pudding. I still use mine a lot for various things. I forgot something  in one of them and really burnt it bad Had smoke in the house that took awhile to air out. I thought that was the end of that pan, but it cleaned up with a lot of elbow grease. They are wonderful cooking set. And no, I don't want to sell them.

Since the email was unsigned, we can’t thank this nice person by name, but we really appreciate the information!

Price: $30.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Trio of Revere Ware sauce pans

This is a trio of vintage Revere Ware stainless steel sauce pans with copper clad bottoms. The “papa bear” pan is 7-1/4" in diameter, 13" across at the handle, and stands 3-1/2" tall, rising to 6" tall when lidded. The “mama bear” pan is a shade over 6-1/4" in diameter, slightly over 11" across at the handle, and stands 3-3/8" tall, rising to 5-1/4" when lidded. The “baby bear” pan is 5-3/4" in diameter, 10-3/4" across at the handle, and stands 3" tall. It has lost its lid. All three handles are black bakelite and have a metal hanging loop. The two lids are domed and have large black bakelite knobs with a concentric circle design. All three pans are marked on the bottom with the Revere Ware logo, name, and other identifying information, although the lettering is virtually impossible to read.

As you probably know, Revere cookware has been part of American history since patriot and silversmith Paul Revere started making copper sheathing for naval vessels in 1801. He founded Revere Copper Company which evolved into Copper and Brass, Inc., the makers of Revere Ware Copper Clad Stainless Steel Cookware. Designed by W. Archibald Welden and introduced in 1939, the Revere copper-bottom stainless steel cooking utensils not only represented great advances in both technical and esthetic cookware design, but proved to be incredibly durable without being heavy. Housewives of the time also appreciated the fact that Welden designed the cookware with rounded edges, making the pots easier to clean than those with sharp joints between sides and bottoms. An old ad, presumably from the 40's by the looks of the hairdo of the lady holding up a Revere Ware frying pan, says “I’m set for life with my lifetime set of Revere Ware.”

Our three pans certainly are a testament to the “lifetime” durability claims of the Revere Ware folks. Although they have been well used over the years and have the spots and staining to prove it, they have no real damage and still sit perfectly flat on a stove burner. They’re ready for many more years of service in a lake cabin or RV, on camping trips, or anywhere else where functionality is more important than aesthetics! On the other hand, I haven’t tried taking a metal cleaner/polisher to them, so who knows? A little elbow grease and you might have a set of new-looking Revere Ware pans! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Small copper bottom pan

This vintage stainless steel saucepan features a wrap-around copper clad bottom and a black bakelite (?) handle with metal hanging loop. Pan is 5" in diameter x 2-1/4" tall and measures 9-5/8" across at the handle. Looks like Revere Ware, but I’m quite sure it’s not since it’s unmarked on the bottom. Underside of handle says “Made in Korea.” Minor scratching and staining consistent with its age, but no damage and still sits flat on a stove burner. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $7.50 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Vintage Revere Ware 12" lid

Vintage Revere Ware lids with the clean-cut edge (not the reproduction rolled edge) and black bakelite knobs are getting harder and harder to find, but here’s one that fits the large 12" diameter Revere Ware pots or skillets. Its inside diameter is approximately 11-3/4." Spotting and scratching consistent with its age, but no real damage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $8.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Vintage Revere Ware 10" lid

Vintage Revere Ware lids with the clean-cut edge (not the reproduction rolled edge) and black bakelite knobs are getting harder and harder to find, but here’s one that fits the 10" diameter Revere Ware pots or skillets. Its inside diameter is approximately 9-3/4." Spotting and scratching consistent with its age, but no real damage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $8.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Vintage Revere Ware 9-1/2” lid

Vintage Revere Ware lids with the clean-cut edge (not the reproduction rolled edge) and black bakelite knobs are getting harder and harder to find, but here’s one that fits the 9-1/2" diameter Revere Ware pots or skillets. Its inside diameter is approximately 8-3/4." Spotting and scratching consistent with its age, but no real damage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $7.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Vintage Revere Ware 8-1/2” lid

Vintage Revere Ware lids with the clean-cut edge (not the reproduction rolled edge) and black bakelite knobs are getting harder and harder to find, but here’s one that fits the 8-1/2" diameter Revere Ware pots or skillets. Its inside diameter is approximately 7-3/4." Spotting and scratching consistent with its age, but no real damage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $7.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Vintage Revere Ware 7-1/4" lid

Vintage Revere Ware lids with the clean-cut edge (not the reproduction rolled edge) and black bakelite knobs are getting harder and harder to find, but here’s one that fits the 7-1/4" diameter Revere Ware sauce pots (the “papa bear” size in our set listed above). Its inside diameter is approximately 6-3/4." We have four of these lids and price is for each. All have spotting and scratching consistent with their age, but no real damage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $6.00 each + s/h

** all 4 sold **

 

Vintage Revere Ware 6-1/2" lid

Vintage Revere Ware lids with the clean-cut edge (not the reproduction rolled edge) and black bakelite knobs are getting harder and harder to find, but here’s one that fits the 6-1/2" diameter Revere Ware sauce pots (the “mama bear” size in our set listed above). Its inside diameter is approximately 6". We have four of these lids and price is for each.  All have spotting and scratching consistent with their age, but no real damage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $5.00 each + s/h

** all 4 sold **

 

Vintage Homestead Cookware 11-1/2" lid

I don’t know if the stainless steel Homestead Cookware with copper-clad bottoms is still being made or not, but if you have one of their 11-1/2" pans that needs a replacement lid, here it is! This heavy slightly domed lid has a concave 2" diameter black plastic knob and an inside diameter of approximately 11-1/4".  Spotting and scratching consistent with its age, but no real damage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $7.50 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Ekcoware stainless steel copper clad pan

I don’t have a clue what this vintage piece of Ekcoware stainless steel cookware is supposed to be! It’s 10-3/8" in diameter at its rim, about 9" in diameter at its copper clad base, and stands 2" tall. Looks like it ought to be some kind of a cookware insert, like a double boiler or steamer insert, but it doesn’t have handles, although there are four tiny holes on one side where a handle might originally have been attached. Bottom is marked with the Ekco logo and says “Ekcoware, Patent No. 2,034,057, Reg. U.S. Pat. Off., Stainless Steel with Thick Copper Bottom, Ekco Products Company, Chicago, 39, Made in U.S.” Also carries the number 7 underneath. Plenty of scratching and spotting, but no real damage and perfectly usable, assuming you know what to use it for! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $7.50 + s/h

 

  only 1 available

 

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